Committed to Community

Community is what we’re all about at Full Circle.  Not only do we love living in the Rogue Valley, but our agents serve on nonprofit boards, volunteer regularly and support local businesses. We also put our money where our mouth is.  Since 2007, we’ve been a member of 1% for the Planet.  This allows us to help protect the natural environment and quality of life that makes our region so incredible.  Check out some of the inspiring nonprofits that we (you) support.


an initiative in the Rogue Valley being used by restaurants and food take-out places to eliminate disposable packaging and replace it with a reusable container. Rogue To Go
With majestic views of all the surrounding natural beauty, Mt. Ashland provides terrain for skiers and riders of every ability. Mt. Ashland
Building, maintaining and expanding a world-class system of mountain bike trails that support and enhance the physical, mental and economic health of Rogue Valley communities. RVMBA
Ashland DEVO inspires wellness in our youth by building grit, resiliency and camaraderie through mountain biking. Ashland Devo
Protecting and enhancing precious land in the Rogue River region to benefit our human and natural communities since 1978.
Ashland Woodland & Trails Association is committed to helping Ashland preserve, maintain and provide appropriate public access to the woodlands and trails for the people of our community.
Rogue Valley Farm to School educates children about our food system through hands-on farm and garden programs, and by increasing local foods in school meals. We inspire an appreciation of local agriculture that improves the economy and environment of our community and the health of its members.
Strengthening local networks through community engagement in science, restoration, native food cultivation, and nature-inspired art.
Protecting the wild places of Northern California and Southern Oregon
The Freshwater Trust is the largest restoration-focused organization in the Pacific Northwest, and the second largest conservation group based in Oregon.
The Ashland Parks Foundation was established in 1995 to enhance Ashland’s quality of life by financially supporting its parks system and other non-profit recreational groups and projects.
Leading the way to climate change solutions that matter
Stewardship of the Rogue River watershed through restoration, education, and community involvement.